Oblivion Debuts New Song & Video “Mechanistic Hollow” From Upcoming New Album “The Path Towards…”

Oblivion, the tech death band featuring Nick Vasallo (ex-Antagony) on vocals and bass, Ben Orum (All Shall Perish, ex-Antagony) and Ted O’Neill ( ex-Alchemicon) on guitars, and drum virtuoso Luis Martinez (ex-Antagony, ex-The Zenith Passage), debuts a new song and video entitled “Mechanistic Hollow”, taken from the upcoming new album “The Path Towards…”, which Unique Leader will release on November 17th. The video for “Mechanistic Hollow” was shot by Matti Way (Disgorge, Pathology).

The album will also feature guest vocal appearances from Eddie Hermida (Suicide Silence, All Shall Perish), Enrico H. Di Lorenzo (Hideous Divinity), and Carlos Saldana (Connoisseur), as well as some guest songwriting from Nile’s Karl Sanders.

Check out now “Mechanistic Hollow” below.

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Hollow Earth Streams Full New “Dead Planet” Album

With new album “Dead Planet” out today (December 2nd) on Good Fight Music, Hollow Earth offers up a full stream below.

Founded in the greater Detroit area, Hollow Earth has been perfecting its apocalyptic metalcore over the past few years, gradually arriving at a sound that’s essentially the ultimate soundtrack to hurtling through glorious yet deadly expanses of deep space.

Produced by Misery Signals’ Greg Thomas, the album features guest appearances by Trevor Strnad of The Black Dahlia Murder, Tad Doyle of Tad, and John Pettibone of Heiress. If you like what you hear, pick up a copy at this location.

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Darkher Posts New Song “Wars”

Atmospheric doom artist Darkher will release debut full-length LP, “Realms,” on August 19th via Prophecy Productions. In advance of the record’s release, checkout the song “Wars” below. The album’s full track listing is as follows:

1.) Spirit Walker
2.) Hollow Veil
3.) Moths
4.) Wars
5.) The Dawn Brings A Saviour
6.) Buried (Part 1)
7.) Buried (Part 2)
8.) Foregone
9.) Lament

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Colosso Premieres New Song “Of Hollow Judgment” From Upcoming New Album “Obnoxious”

Portugal’s death metal outfit Colosso premieres a new song entitled “Of Hollow Judgment”, taken from the upcoming new album “Obnoxious”, which will be out in stores this September.

Check out now “Of Hollow Judgment” below.

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Hollow Leg Posts Full “Crown” Album Online

Florida’s Hollow Leg has made entire new album “Crown” available for streaming as the disc is now released in North America. You can pick up your copy at Bandcamp and the full “Crown” track listing is as follows:

1. Seaquake 05:08
2. Coils 05:08
3. Electric Veil 06:49
4. Atra 02:29
5. The Serpent in the Ice 09:10
6. Seven Heads 07:15
7. New Cult 08:16

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Hollow Bones Releasing “Lionheart” Album

Empire State melodic metalcore quintet Hollow Bones will self-release debut album, “Lionheart,” on May 27th. Over a year in the making, “Lionheart” was mixed, mastered and engineered by Randy Pasquarella at Pasquarella Recordings and self-produced by Hollow Bones with Pasquarella’s assistance.

The band comments: “We are incredibly proud to present our debut album ‘Lionheart.’ It took us over a year to get everything we wanted, and although it was a long wait, we couldn’t be happier with the final product. We hope that the passion we put into making this album rings true with people who are looking to find solace in music. We hope that people hear the words we are saying and are inspired to take action, or are relieved in knowing they are not alone and that others have felt the way they do and that there is reprieve. Our mission from the beginning has always been, and will always be, to find people who are as passionate about music as we are about creating it. Promote what you love, and use music to heal.”

Last year Hollow Bones launched a music video for the first “Lionheart” single, “Drytooth,” which can be seen here. In our exclusive premiere of the video, vocalist Patrick Anthony commented:

“Thematically ‘Drytooth’ is very dark. I lost my brother in 2007, and the song is really about not being able to move past it. Carrying around the weight of not knowing whether it was an intentional death or not. It is about the hole in your life that someone can leave, regardless of how or why you have lost them. It is about watching someone you love suffer through tremendous depression, and being powerless to do anything.

“The song ends with my admission that I would have preferred to have taken his place. The song is about hopelessness, anger, frustration, guilt, and longing, and we hope that we have clearly conveyed those feelings, because I think everyone has, or will, lose someone dear to them. I think it is a very relatable subject.”

Another track off “Lionheart,” titled “The November Diaries,” can be heard in the YouTube player below.

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The Body Posts New Song “Hallow / Hollow”

New song “Hallow / Hollow” is taken from The Body’s “No One Deserves Happiness,” due out March 18th, 2016 on Thrill Jockey Records. Check out the new track below, and the full track listing is as follows:

1. Wanderings
2. Shelter Is Illusory
3. For You
4. Hallow / Hollow
5. Two Snakes
6. Adamah
7. Starving Deserter
8. The Fall and the Guilt
9. Prescience
10. The Myth Arc

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Fall Premieres New Song “Ever Hollow” From Upcoming New Album “The Insatiable Weakness”

Texas based melodic death metal act Fall premieres a new song entitled “Ever Hollow”. The song will appear on the upcoming full length debut record “The Insatiable Weakness” which drops on January 29th as a CD.

Check out now “Ever Hollow” below.

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New Lyric Video “Last Hour” Posted By At The Hollow

Helsinki’s At the Hollow launched a new lyric video for the track “Last Hour.” The song is taken from the band’s debut album “What I Hold Most Dear,” which was issued back in February via Spinefarm Records.

Check it out here:

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At The Hollow Posts “Numbed” Music Video

Helsinki’s At The Hollow has a new music video out now for “Numbed,” taken off debut album “What I Hold Most Dear.”

The clip is stark, filmed in black + white, and features a graceful ice skater. Check it out below. The “What I Hold Most Dear” track listing is as follows:

1. Was It Worth It
2. Otherside
3. Paleface
4. Dead Memories
5. Withered Speech
6. Second Time
7. Numbed
8. Last Hour
9. Watch & Learn
10. Echoes
11. Let’s Eat Them

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